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Is this Britain's filthiest street?

Stinking, rotting and attracting flies, this three-foot-high pile of rubbish is the product of striking binmen. 

Birmingham city council is apparently unable to collect the waste as its workers strike over working hours and job losses.

It won't be long before locals furious at public sector inefficiencies take the rubbish to the tip themselves, as they were forced to two months ago.  

Stinking, rotting and attracting flies, this three-foot-high pile of rubbish is the product of striking binmen

Stinking, rotting and attracting flies, this three-foot-high pile of rubbish is the product of striking binmen

Birmingham city council is apparently unable to collect the waste as its workers strike over working hours and job losses

Birmingham city council is apparently unable to collect the waste as its workers strike over working hours and job losses

It won't be long before locals furious at public sector inefficiencies take the rubbish to the tip themselves, as they were forced to two months ago

It won't be long before locals furious at public sector inefficiencies take the rubbish to the tip themselves, as they were forced to two months ago

Residents in Sparkhill say the garbage is attracting vermin, as their homes have not been issued with wheelie bins

Residents in Sparkhill say the garbage is attracting vermin, as their homes have not been issued with wheelie bins

Residents in Sparkhill say the garbage is attracting vermin, as their homes have not been issued

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